Uninstall your apps and clean your Mac
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TrashMe is a powerful uninstaller for the Mac with other great useful tools. You’ve probably ever thought that an application only needs to be moved to your Trash to get uninstalled? This is not completely true, as many files would be left behind, those files created by the application (temporary files, caches, settings…). With TrashMe, you’ll never let those files make your Mac dirty!
– Trash application, widget, plugin, preference pane
– Find all related files that need to be deleted too
– Protect application from being uninstalled
– Automatically detect an application moved to the Trash
Get rid of junk files
Many files on your Mac are junk files. For example, Windows is storing some useless files like thumbnails, folder preferences… You may want to avoid this sort of files on your Mac.
In addition, you’re sometimes storing very big files, let’s say games demos or app installer. Or you may want to search for very old files, not accessed for a long time.
TrashMe will let you clean your Mac by searching and deleting all these junk files.
Manage your favorite apps
Uninstalling apps is great, but what about managing a list of your favorite apps? These favorite apps will be automatically protected against unintentional removal from your Mac.
In addition, for each favorite app, you can store registration information (such as username, license key or password), and even attach documents.
Last, everything is encrypted and password protected. Nobody can read your personal data without your authorization!
All features at a glance
Drop an app into TrashMe, check results and hit the Delete button. That’s it. *
List apps and others
Display a list of your apps, widgets and preferences panes, and choose the ones to uninstall.
Manage a list of favorite apps to protect and store registration info (licence key…).
Clean macOS caches
TrashMe can remove system caches in order to solve some issues and free up hard disk space.
Remove junk files from your Mac (Windows files such as thumbs.db, desktop.ini, or svn, git…).
TrashMe is compatible with 10.12 release of macOS (Sierra).
TrashMe can be opened automatically when you put an app in your Trash (check Preferences).
You may only list applications not used in the past few months, so as to tidy up your Mac.
Modify some useful hidden settings of macOS, such as Library folder hidden state. **
Force delete a Trash file or choose to delete only particular files instead of whole Trash.
TrashMe keeps track of what you’ve deleted and which action you performed.
TrashMe looks gorgeous on your new MacBook Pro 13″ or 15″ with Retina display.